Criminal Justice Policy- The policy chosen was (shortening time served by nonviolent felonies)
Who can be identified as a stakeholder
To obtain a comprehensive picture, three types of stakeholders should be distinguished according to their specific power position in the process:
Primary stakeholders: Who will ultimately be affected – positively or negatively – by new policies (e.g. citizens in general, different social groups or professions, certain city districts, business branches, individual organizations)?
Key actors: Who has political responsibility (mayors, councilors, other authority levels)? Who has the financial resources (public and private funds)? Who has the authority (by domain or territory)? Who has the skills and expertise (public administrations, universities, private sector) – in the policy and related domains (land use, environment, education, health, tourism, etc.)?
Intermediaries: Who implements the policy (PT and infrastructure operators, public administrations, police, etc.)? Who carries out major policy activities (freight operators, harbours, airports, etc.)? Who represents pertinent interest groups (associations, chambers, cooperatives, networks)? Who informs and reports on the policy (authorities, operators, local media)?
In addition, consider the role of existing local champions – key individuals who may play a significant role in mobilizing resources, creating alliances, etc. because of their personal skills and the recognition they receive among local actors. In practice, such persons can have an extraordinary influence on the process, both positively and negatively, so their role requires an early strategic assessment.
Obviously stakeholder identification is not a task that can be concluded once and for all at the beginning of the planning process. Rather, it needs to be taken up repeatedly when scenarios and policy options become more concrete, and implications for stakeholders can be assessed more accurately. Even for some key actors, a re-assessment may turn out to be necessary as a consequence of changing circumstances.
Intermediaries: Who implements the policy (PT and infrastructure operators, public administrations, police, etc.)? Who carries out major policy activities (freight operators, harbors, airports, etc.)? Who represents pertinent interest groups (associations, chambers, cooperatives, networks)? Who informs and reports on the policy (authorities, operators, local media)?
To be included in your paper – identify the stakeholders. Remember stakeholders are those individuals who have some input, effect or are possibly affected by the policy. YOU MUST IDENTIFY ALL THE STAKEHOLDERS.
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